Iran

Iran to Unveil its Own ‘Iron Dome’ Style Defense System

Former Pentagon adviser warns that Iran is making “great strides” with its defence technology. “Every month that passes narrows the gap between a resurgent Iran and a stagnant West.”

Today Gaza, Tomorrow Iran?

While we agree that Israel would like to lay waste to Iran, as it just has to Gaza, we don’t believe it is strong enough to do so. It would need America to do the dirty work. But is the U.S. gullible enough to wage another war on Israel’s behalf?

Russia puzzles with deal/no deal with Iran on oil

Russia reportedly signed an agreement that would have made it the largest importer of Iranian oil, only to deny it had signed any such agreement

Mansoureh Karami, the wife of assassinated Iranian nuclear scientist Masoud Alimohammadi, shows the leather satchel, a bound PhD thesis and eyeglasses case used by her husband the day of his death in 2010. Click to enlarge

Covert war against Iran’s nuclear scientists: a widow remembers

The US and Israel haven’t assassinated any Iranian scientists recently but one widow still recalls the day her husband was murdered

Iranian Jewish MP Marreh Sedq. Click to enlarge

Iran’s lone Jewish MP compares Israel to Nazis over Gaza strikes

If there’s one thing Zionists hate it’s being compared to Nazis. If only because there’s an element of truth in the comparison

Iran’s Khamenei says U.S., Israel playing ‘good cop, bad cop’

“They make it seem like Israel wants to attack, but America is stopping it: the good cop, bad cop trick,” Khamenei told senior statesmen

Iran's new long range drone shown on Iranian TV. Click to enlarge

Iran’s Surveillance Drones Over Iraq Make U.S. Military Wary

Anthony Cordesman on why the U.S. military is growing concerned about Iranian drones over Iraq

Iranian pilot killed fighting in Iraq: state media

Although Iran didn’t reveal the exact circumstances, it is thought that he was killed while on operations against ISIS militant group targeting Shia shrines

Iran and Russia Send Sukhois to Iraq

Iran sends Su-25 fighters to bolster Iraq’s fight against ISIS terrorists,

Major General Qassim Suleimani (right), consults with another senior IRGC officer. Click to enlarge

Iran Secretly Sending Drones and Supplies Into Iraq, U.S. Officials Say

The West is playing a dangerous double-game in Iraq and it’s being assisted in what amounts to a double-cross by the corporate media

Iran Air Force Mig-29 over Tehran. Iraqi Air Force Mig-29s were among many Iraqi planes flown to Iran to escape destruction during the 1991 Persian Gulf War. Iran impounded the planes and pressed some into service in the Iranian Air Force in lieu reparations for Iraq's attacking Iran at the outset of the First Persian Gulf War 1980-1988. Click to enlarge

Iran returns military aircraft to Iraq after 20 years

The planes, which were flown to Iran at the outbreak of the Gulf War in 1991, have been held in lieu reparations for Iraq’s having triggered the First Persian Gulf War 1980-1988

Ted Cruz: Negotiating With Iran Poses National Security Risk

Texas senator says negotiating with Iran over the ongoing strife in Iraq poses a threat to America’s national security

Senior Saudi ISIL Commander Killed in Iraq

More indications of Saudi backing for militants in Iraq, even as Riyadh rejects such accusations as “ludicrous”

Saudis give apparent warning to Iran: don’t meddle in Iraq

From those who covertly armed and financed the militants wreaking mayhem in Iraq

US Leading Iran Into Iraq Quagmire

Let’s not forget that the gulf states originally armed and financed ISIS. So is the West’s sudden rapprochement with Iran all it seems? Or is it a ploy to draw Iran into a debilitating conflict in Iraq?

Britain in talks with Iran about threat from ISIS as Hague offers ‘technical support’ to beleaguered Iraqi government

So now the West is trying to engage with the nation once described as part of the ‘Axis of Evil’ as it tries to stem the tide of Sunni extremism, that its gulf allies helped create

President Rouhani Denies Iranian Troops in Iraq

While as the West ponders military action controversy rages over the fallout from the original 2003 invasion. With one British Member of Parliament describing the current crisis as “Blair’s legacy

Iran says envisages Iraq role with U.S. if Washington tackles regional militants

Iranian President Rouhani says he is ready to cooperate with the U.S. in combating extremists in Iraq as Gulf Arab states try to distance themselves from Sunni militants

Beleaguered Iraqis Court Iranian Mastermind of the Shiites Who Fought the U.S.

The commander of Iran’s elite Quds Force is reportedly in Baghdad to advise Iraqi leaders on how to contain Sunni extremists

The Jewish Plan For the Middle East and Beyond

The Jewish Plan For the Middle East and Beyond

It’s not just Zionists or their Anglo-American collaborators who are helping foment strife in the Middle East. As Gilad Atzmon explains, “gay” activists are also playing a part